Examples of rehouse in a Sentence
The organization is working to rehouse families who were displaced in the fire.
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Those rehoused, Mr Zhao thinks, end up with a new house, no savings, no job and 600 yuan a year of income support—not nearly enough to live on.
After 9/11, the federal immigration bureaucracy was rehoused in the brand-new Department of Homeland Security (DHS).
The city demolished 428 homes, displacing 35 Anglo families, 179 black families and 194 Latino families to rehouse 796 Anglo families that qualified to live in the housing project.
Most of the surviving families are still living in hotels, waiting to be rehoused.
While that was less than the amount that went to vouchers and landlord outreach, rapid-rehousing funded housing for 55 percent of the veterans.
Cavanaugh’s proposal calls for taking about $1.2 million from Sacramento Steps Forward’s outreach worker and rehousing programs.
Housing agencies in New York, Chicago, and Los Angeles have run pilot programs on rehousing former prisoners, including family reunifications.
Rapid rehousing sounded promising initially, Tatterson said.
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Definition of rehouse for English Language Learners
: to give (a person or animal) a different and usually better place to live
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